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PBS
Jan 16, 2014 3:30am PST
make room and said the outdoor ones tasted economic and commercial shipping them constitute the eu. in many cases tell if the animals to teach me teach or preach and will extend obstacle to regional cooperation. from the european continent and expected. coach rich countries and regions to say that to treat in store for minority rights and fight against corruption and organized crime. the outta here. when cutting them to express our aid in its normal homework only by riots. but by a concrete situations on the road gets. and i think that is important that ppp each was always the force behind the enlargement process and he wants to continue. the use of the inning. he's organizing school finance. we must to him. a good dent into reach with lesser god. photo four bit pc nero. even cooler temps. fox process. we must speak to the very idea of bulky too sure of the problem of these us. it's impossible to have that jesus became our fallacious. even criteria such as teaching nineteen ninety three european council and denmark to find other countries eligible to join the eu. the criteria required
PBS
Jan 16, 2014 5:30am PST
commercial shipping them constitute the eu. in many cases tell if the animals to teach me teach or preach and will extend obstacle to regional cooperation. from the european continent and expected. coach rich countries and regions. you can eat a tasty dish or on line art to try and fight against corruption and organized crime. the outta here. when cutting them to express our aid in its normal homework only by riots. but by a concrete situations on the road gets. and i think that is important that ppp each was always the force behind the enlargement process and beyond to continue. the use of cleaning he's organizing school finance. we must to him. a good dent into reach. with lesser god. photo four bit pc nero. an even cooler temps fox process. we must to be making it a bulky too sure of the problem of these us. it's impossible to have that jesus became our fallacious. even criteria such as teaching nineteen ninety three european council and denmark to find other countries eligible to join the eu the criteria require the state as an institution is to present democratic governance and human
PBS
Jan 21, 2014 6:30am PST
for his country's relations with the eu this. ross. so as some breaking news this morning explosion has hit the shiites donated southern neighbor was all of the route for people in an end to it died twenty people have been wounded lebanese security officials say that i'm building was set fire to after i ate at suicide bomber and that decimated at his belt in the area that's according to certain reports this morning for more we can speak to our correspondent in beirut said his team fielded she joins us now we see that tell us a little bit more about precisely what his hits cds at shiite dominated neighborhoods all beirut this morning. did he know how to take a chance. squirt is mainly shiite area in our society. one way and raised fourteen of snow on an error and often seen as one of these keystone homes. nb if you meet is not man's meat is from my apple green stuff this month raised its rating to find people that serious rain on me. by the sonic states. the recommended books to read is operating in syria seems to have killed at least four people send me your horse in front of a nine
Al Jazeera America
Jan 20, 2014 1:00pm EST
>> now eu, tbremple and earn soldiers already severing there. more than a thousand people have been killed in car. >> working hard since the european council in december to put together a concept for a eu military operation to support the african union, the eu france in protecting the civilian population from violence. today ministers agreed the crisis management concept of this operation, it would work in the capital bangui, for approximately six months in protection of the people. >> jackie roland is in brussels. >> this is a political agreement on a possible eu military intervention in the central african republic. and the important word is possible. it shows there's a political will there among eu member states but that would need to be translated into into a practical agreement, practical arrangements which would mead individual countries pledging forces. a decision on the command structure and all these various logistical structures and plus there would need to been a u.n. security council resolution authorizing a eu intervention, because the current resolution refers to the f
PBS
Jan 22, 2014 5:00pm PST
the ukraine opposition since the very beginning of the protests now the us and eu even threatening kiev with sanctions. what with mourners to school till the twenty boy can she joins us live from the name of the sun twenty of these sanctions alone horizon this edible amounts of fresh eggs essays on in ukraine from the pool it already had the us embassy in kiev has been great to be said that stephen ukrainian officials linked to violence they said that considering the direction of the communion could be falling say they face the painful was taking place in kiev sweaty on the ukrainian leadership the president of the european commission has a mangled law center has said that he may have to rethink its entire relationship. a second consequences could be installed wanting a eu official has said that one we sanction that they could take would be to try the eu bank accounts of sets and ukrainian what it costs leading to the ukrainian he said. the same time when pads and ndp talking about the same station agreement the ukraine still being as something very much on the table at it and the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 21, 2014 10:00am EST
shall we say about turkey joining the eu? >> reporter: well, the issues -- the big issues concerning potential turkish membership, some of them have really not changed since the very beginning, and one of them is the philosophical question of what is europe? and how would turkey fit into europe. bearing in mind that turkey straddles europe and india. there are also, for example, the questions of the turkish invasion back in 1974, clearly something which eu members, greece and cyprus feel very strongly about. there are also large eu countries who have had reticent about turkey joining including germany, and france. the french president is due to visit turkey next week. however, some of its previous supporters, for example, the united kingdom has now gone rather cool on the idea of turkey joining mainly because of the concern about immigration and the immigrant work force. immigration being a very hot topic in the united kingdom at the moment. so there are clearly a lot of obstacles as turkey relaunches its bid. >> how have things changed though since the last time that turkey made a b
LINKTV
Jan 21, 2014 5:30am PST
will be a turning point in his country's relations with the eu as he arrives in brussels for talks. also coming up over the next hour, we will be getting the latest in sports, news, including the british football associations charging a player for a racially aggravated gesture which is considered to be anti-semitic while celebrating a goal. we will be having a look over the course of the next hour at all that is making the buzz on the internet. first, this afternoon, our top headline this hour, a part on has ripped through a shiite beirut,hood in southern killing at least four people. the latest attack targeting supporters of the militant hezbollah in lebanon. thousands flocked to the neighborhood after the explosion. according to lebanon's official media, it was a suicide arming -- homer in a vehicle behind the attack. for more on the story, we can speak to our correspondent who is in beirut. what do we know about today's attack? can see, the site of the bomb blast is just behind me. the scene has been cordoned off by the lebanese army. a lot of hezbollah security men are present
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 5:00am PST
sized european firms operate beyond european borders to the dough the eu has invested almost four million euros in a new legal support center for european destinies. it's just opened in which the main city a major challenge is adapting to vietnam's one party system. renowned for repressing dissent. if you look at the scene say freedom of expression. it's a very a different country if they want more european investment they have to do. a dc shoes because the european vista coming here to start only two pdt economic framework for torture group said david rohde a source an entity to give framework. another sector with big potential is tourism country welcomed small than six million visitors in twenty thirteen one alien from eu countries brussels has signed a cooperation agreement that the enemies want europe to reciprocate by using it because the rules you bought one case a hop out to a kilo i hope that the cooperation between the eu and vietnam will often eat in one direction we want to have support from the eu but we also want to have a higher number of the enemy's tourists and thr
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 5:30pm PST
need us anyway. rope is strong when it stands together the eu in the us negotiating a controversy old trade pact right now. what chance does that agreement have under these circumstances but this is the traditional foes of all that's an agreement that is still under negotiation we can influence the things and that the agreements with the negotiations. and it is not primarily concerned with the data. i've even put the wrong to suspend the negotiations there because growth is what europe needs most is also something that the unid states of a much softer. you see for example ifhe situati t salsa europe and a free trade agreement for the united states would help generate growth and salt something that is sorely needed in spain portugal italy and other countries so that is negotiated to visit tried to find an agreement withhe america on protection of the commo understanding their offnd then hopefully recreates intended to rebuild the trust of the defenceless such a long time. i got to mom's thoughts and straws for thanks very much. now reform or decline that is the stark choice facing
PBS
Jan 21, 2014 5:30pm PST
way forward the eu picks up a membership talks with serbia. it's the story of whiskey and from jamaica. he's been taped onto the skin. it's a national delegates all writing is excellent but the stool on syria and facing an uphill struggle before they even stopped negotiations all drank tea in some disarray the un withdrew in ron's invitation to the talks because the syrian opposition threatened to pull out of russia has called a reversal a mistake. representatives from nearly forty countries will be on hand and a deeply divided on the solution to the war in syria diplomats and combatants have been arriving in switzerland they face a huge task. un secretary general ban ki moon will oversee the syrian peace negotiations set to begin wednesday after the peoples during the run up one run with the flight only to see the invitation withdrawn the syrian opposition doubt the answer. these teams are breaking news to negotiate in good faith. in a gigantic it's like mike and syria itself in damascus on santa's lap. in reflecting on that to come up to the ground it will accept nothing less
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 5:00pm PST
a civil war. man in charge of britain's finances is giving the eu a dressing down telling the brussels based the month of its declining inmates imagined oval. george osborne's of those who think i'm torn europe when he also warned of the uk will pull out if the eu fails to reform itself is up to source. yes like a burning building with meadow acts it's basically he sees that this cold milk. as thornton behind india and china is spending on welfare becoming less and less compact city said today that economic and fiscal looking decline in domestic and of course here in the uk the eu is losing popularity people say is very expensive increasing the power hungry i know sophia grace has had an awful lot to fred take both the essential message today was that the uk still pressing for a restful break they'd say oh no is pushing for reform have nobody else to fake the europe sake is a whole said he was talking about at the taping of the goat island is a two year period that course of justice he said it's nonsense to europe and in fact it's a way for stuffing bodies that traditionally s
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 5:30pm PST
wants the eu to impose sanctions on the government. opposition leader the tiny cage philippine took full of ukrainians to join the protests in the capital we didn't only government is pulling together voices from all over the country. we have more support and will band together. yes the neocons shared taxis buses with what you'll need it he is said that ukraine will win nor yanukovich on the way. on monday downtown kiev looks like a bachelor's in front of buses and daintree littered the streets as the opposition and released again faced off against each other. movement is finding the real national revolution to independence has started and will topple these occupying regime by force we don't know what will happen but we will defend themselves. an estimated two hundred thousand people joined a peaceful rally on sunday to push and the elections and closer ties with the european union. two months of protests a deal to determine the way of results frustration among some sections of the content abundance. people stands and molotov cocktails and security forces who responded with tear gas
LINKTV
Jan 16, 2014 7:30am PST
project is convinced her croatia is breaking eu laws by not conducting a study of the environmental impact of the survey. >> now that we enter the european union, because we obviously did not obey the commitments -- >> they track the boat through the internet. >> the northern explorer is heading north. the owners do not want us filming on board, so there's only one way to get a closer look. we head out to record the first such aerial footage of the northern explorer at work, dragging it sonic gun array across the adriatic. far from the public gaze, this ship is mapping out where the best oil and gas reserves are. the mission is said to cost almost 8 million euros, but the project was awarded without a legal bidding procedure, probably in violation of eu laws . the surveying company will not say who is paying for it, and neither will croatia's economics minister. >> i have names, but i do not want to share that with you. >> why is that? >> the government says the drilling is in croatia's interests. >> i expect croatia will be the country selling the gas. the industry of croatia will
PBS
Jan 18, 2014 3:00am PST
i did. to do it. the eu the er. i love. i know the us. winners. poor eye i dispute between india and has blamed the calling them hypocrites for the disapproval of settlement construction in india is a near was triggered by the eu summit of israel's envoys in london paris rome and madrid to object to the jewish its announcement of the construction of fourteen hundred housing units be on the pre nineteen sixty seven lines. the eu. called new ambassadors are ambassadors to the view were not called in. because of this the construction of a few of those. when the eu call in the palestinian ambassador to complain about the incitement of calls for israel's destruction. in the eyes says the news lately to sell the constructions as peace obstacles is bogus. it is little to go to school. it goes into effect in june here on this land we would warn everyone. an ethnically cleanse the state. they want to welcome table. i don't think that's going to produce these women point of fact most of it. you know most of the so also be receiving the arab in clusters and we don't use on humans we have an
PBS
Jan 23, 2014 10:30am PST
truce while the eu warns it will stab and if the crisis is not resolved. he was preparing the ground for serious rival delegations to meet face to face the monday after day one of the long awaited she stops was marred by bitter exchanges. that whistleblowers worries and was noted reportedly planning to ask the chef of personal protection after getting death threats. not much doubt with the rejection. welcome to come. for justice and police in kyiv have declared a truce which is expected to hold for the next five hours earlier the ukrainian opposition threatened to escalate street riots. if the government refuse to call early elections. meanwhile the eu is entering the fray was the hat of the european commission voicing his concern and a phone call to present him a comic artist peter oliver reports from pia lol was seeing right now is a relatively peaceful scene of what's been place with the most of the clashes be the most violent conflict taking place. he ate the tf but that does a ceasefire the respective might buy but be that the right place on rice's themselves but in terms of spe
PBS
Jan 23, 2014 6:30am PST
against the president's decision to nix that distort trade deal with the eu in favor of russia. opposition leaders cannot in emergency talks with the present yesterday saying he failed to give concrete answers to their demands. they now say they're ready to go on attack. this brush with explains. central kiev is a battle zone. she's between anti government protests in some police on wednesday continued through the night. anger among activists has been fuelled by the staffs in smes keep these demonstrations began two months ago. against president viktor yanukovich. first a man's free on a cold which to go to the mall unless it was us. secondly when the new government comes into power we're going to force it to answer for its decisions. and in action. three hours of talks between the president's new position on wednesday and without results opposition leaders of furious that his decision to scrap an association agreement with the eu in favor of closer ties with moscow. they'd given him an ultimatum on to solve the crisis within twenty four hours like winning elections will face m
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 6:30am PST
month. meantime eu foreign ministers are expected to approve sending several hundred trips to central african republic to back up the african and french soldiers already. the rosette the spacecraft is waking up for me it's too unhappy your map. the european probe is set to take on an unprecedented nations issued a letter on to the surface of the comments. selena d'souza reports waking up often on that. i surrounded it with me and this time the spacecraft was at times on both the non use it to cool off. but will take around seven hours to warm up to stop taking medication to fire a rocket test is done on the sides meet up and even its expect to us. hibernating in space for the past two years in a sentence trying to get to a common theme trademark pearson ankle. but on my peeve is comical to me was that i will not be doing its lifetime. instead it looks like two nine of the comic itself. the mission is the first of its kind scientists are keen to carry out experiments from some posted out from inside the comets body. the european space agency is tending the tenth straight into social me
CNBC
Jan 22, 2014 4:00am EST
intensity. >> the eu is going to announce their new process and focus until 2030. >> yes. >> you have the problem going on in germany, strattic policies in different countries. is this a problem at the eu level, at the individual country level as well in. >> it's both but the eu needs to give clear direction. we need clear targets for 2030. we don't know 2030 and beyond what the targets are for co2 reduction. >> are we going to match them anyway, see a 20% renewables by 2020? is that target achievable? >> well it's certainly achievable but you need to start with co2 reduction. what is the target you want to achieve and if the focus needs to be on co2 reduction, then the renewables target is a secondary target and needs to start first with the ets and co2 reduction. >> we have the u.s. shale issue playing into this also, importing cheaper coal from them, working against the policy of less co2 emissions. how do we balance those two things? you can't impress targets without expressing larger. >> shale gas is one, countries that used to import becoming exporters as far as gas is concerned
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 5:00pm PST
opposition is supported by the eu says the authorities have only themselves to blame. is this ah the un will have to put toward invitation for brawn to take part in the stores on syria for the country's main opposition group says it will drop out all the negotiations residents said the upcoming conference was focus on tackling terrorism. above all else. mostly from europe and fifty tickets for the kids have this bunch of stories this hour the eye. much of what's to get into gear and the richest in the distance the infection. willie's of old images from a business to send these actual scenes from the ukrainian capital kiev the picture should protest is running a mall angry with the pencils they say are aimed at punishing them for holding rallies response has been fierce mix of molotov cocktails clubs and problems are no reports of this break will be for the police try to stave off the reservation. he insists he isn't here for auntie. i love the word unprecedented steps very well to the situation out here right now is received and the brutality from both sides of the protest by the police
LINKTV
Jan 20, 2014 2:00pm PST
from europe. they want the eu to impose sanctions on the government. he opposition leader appealed to all ukrainians to join the protest in the capital. >> the government is pulling together fighters from all over the country. we have more support, and will band together. get in your cars, share taxis, buses, you are needed here so that ukraine will win. >> on monday, downtown cap look like a battle zone. burned-out buses and debris littered the streets as the opposition and police they stop against each other. >> i think the real rest -- national revolution for independence has started, and will topic this regime by force. we do not know what will happen, but we will defend ourselves. >> an estimated 200,000 people joined a peaceful rally to push for quicker elections. two months of protests and revealed little in the way of results. some of turn to violence. people tell -- held stones and multi-cocktails, and were responded by tear gas. >> the police have been holding back because we understand they want to provoke us into violence. >> the violent protests were a crime against the s
PBS
Jan 21, 2014 6:30pm PST
tenth of july i didn't defeat the ethos is found the eu bottom and also state that bought these ridges on acts should be banned. none of the sky minutes to see casino time to audiences in seattle on the blog would help the bnp is not the windies at the gym on. i think people including two of them in bulk airs on tuesday the twenty relaxation team bus attack and that angst that soapbox response means to teach the county pontoon and riding bikes open final and the quality of that says ask him about the area. police said the killings could be a bit to detail the ongoing cleo campaign in the knesset on the attack comes a day off to help the ladies' begun to try to milk and a seven point six million to finance caught the phoenician i initiate it no court staff claimed responsibility for the tax on fox. the caucus on audubon doesn't boast about in the four new vaccination and eighteen thousand best in kilts to sanitize most wins on the side is among the forty two countries the one you it's ten am to make. that is noticed by for the victims of the blogs i read is also intended to cast
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 3:00am PST
candidates for jobs in that store they should say to them is that any item in our school the eu would refuse this have on grounds of you are eating his beliefs because if so then we are not willing to employ you today has been in the country as he has to abide by it. then launches into tissues. so someone in this country that has to say i didn't know much about the final points of the jewish milk than meets the road. it's friday i calmed him actually but they would extend to keep him into an optional football it's up to touch a single to meet at the same time. i think the nameplate has arrived said. two of the culture and to live at the police net audience of luck. the policy was sent home today she'd respond slowing many jewish people pointed out that they would come out to the main problem with tumbling package pool products. the story is also excludes differences between supermarkets can have that knowledge with his religious beliefs rivalry to supermarket sainsbury's has issued guidance eighteen there is another reason why staff do not drink the whole wheat pool for religious reas
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 10:30am PST
in charge of britain's finances has given the eu a dressing down telling the brussels behemoths that its declining and it needs an urgent overhaul. george osborne who was addressing us think back on europe when he also warned that the uk will pull out if the eu feels reform itself laura smith has the details yet it's like a burning building with no axe its basically he sees that this cold milk as thornton behind india and china is spending on welfare becoming less and less compact city said stephen economic and fiscal looking declining domestic and of course here in the uk the eu is losing popularity people say is very expensive increasing the power hungry i know sophia grace nature of the mill for most of red tape both the essential message today was that the uk still pressing for reform fritz is a fanatic pushing for reform have nobody else too fake for your sake as a whole said he was talking about at the taping of the goat island is a two year period that course of justice he said it's nonsense to europe and in fact it's a way for stuffing bodies that traditionally seem to be eur
PBS
Jan 19, 2014 6:48pm PST
quito for the coolest eu tax. some two hundred of goddess ryan seacrest and the support the stage at three ten blocks proof that it starts to protest the gents refusal to grant he can rest and see. we have ripple. you could just as into the sea gop including ben is heating up the iron on t just me and in danger and chanting slogans. if i had been occupying debate in each village in process for two months in the naval mission to the east the invasion the thirty seven months march was a flood that entities more to venice for the cause. the asylum seekers see if the un me to drift into a fine this time it is nike be with the kids in the youngest all forced to join to the troops until they leave the group stop and make the archbishop of commission process and had to face in captain carrot and theme going on at the envy of the fijian. he nods has lent his support to the county. if you choose to spend some time that these endorsements you'll get the views were taken to the tune of million units in two thousand and one tool. you also need a sibling still in the town of division state secret
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 4:48am PST
eu tax. some two hundred of august ryan seacrest and the support the stage at three k box proof that it starts to protest the gyms refusal to grant he can rest and see. we have ripple. you could just as into the cd of change quitting band is heating up the iron on the engine is the awning dean chair and chanting slogans if i had the gnocchi find him taking the chill is in process for two months the money on the sheet in the east the invasion the thirty seven months march was a folded it into these more to venice for the cause. the asylum seekers see if the un me to do to enter the contest on it is nine gb would be cute in the youngest all forced to join to the troops. i believe the group stopped and make that archbishop of michigan concerts and had to face in captain carrot and theme going on at the envy of the fijian. he nods has lent his support to the county. if you choose to spend some time that these endorsements you'll get the views were taken to the tune of million units in two thousand and one tool. you also need a sibling still in the town the petition states seeking to one
CNBC
Jan 15, 2014 4:00am EST
. >>> george osborne is expected to say today that the uk will leave the eu unless it embarks on wholesale reform. that's due to start at any minute. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yeah. everybody knows that. did you know there is an oldest trick in the book? what? trick number one. look-est over there. ha ha. made-est thou look. so end-eth the trick. hey.... yes.... geico. fifteen minutes could save you... well, you know. >>> and these are the headlines from around the globe. apple ceo tim cook says the company has made a deal with china mobile through access with a very fast network. >> it's a watershed day for apple. it's a huge announcement. i am so ownered to be doing business with chairman xi and china mobile. they have the largest network. we're incredibly impressed with them. we have deep respect for them. >>> the world's bank is boosting its outlook for global growth this year, but warns emerging markets are the most at risk due to the impact of fed tapering. shares in burberry rally to the top of the stoxx 600. >> we're an hour and a half
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2014 1:47am EST
2003 when iran and the eu reached agreement over its nuclear program. that proved to fall apart after a few months over questions about this or that loophole. we have already seen in the negotiations leading up to this implementation that the iranians and p%+1 disagreed over -- p5+1 disagreed over what is a broken centrifuge. issues such as inspector assess -- access, there are all sorts of minds that could blow up this whole process between now and then. the issue of hardliners, i think it's wrong to compare hardliners in iran with anyone in the u.s. whatever the disagreements may be here, everyone wants to see this and peacefully. i'm not sure that is true on the iranian side. when it comes to iran, the key decision-maker is the supreme leader of iran. is not the same as it would be in a democracy. this comes down to the decision of a supreme leader, what does he want to do, what vision the -- he sees for this country. host: this from the "l.a. times to get dianne feinstein emerges as the spy agency's staunch defender. last week on the issue of iran, senator feinstein had this
PBS
Jan 19, 2014 11:48pm PST
quito for the coolest eu tax. some two hundred of august ryan seacrest and the support the stage at three k box proof that it starts to protest the gyms refusal to grant he can rest and see. we have ripple. this is indeed the cto came to quitting band is heating up the iron on the engine is the awning dean chair and chanting slogans you guys have been occupying debate in each village in process for two months the money ball machine to the east the invasion the thirty seven months much was a flood that entities more to venice for the cause the asylum seekers see if the un me to do to enter the contest on it is likely the would be cute in the youngest all forced to join to the troops. i believe the group stopped and make the archbishop of mission nonsense and head open team captain to expand theme going on at the envy of the fijian he nods has lent his support to the county. if you choose to spend some time that these endorsements. she goes into the views were taken to the tune of million units in two thousand and one. tool you'll still need a sibling still in the town of division sta
Telemundo
Jan 15, 2014 6:00pm PST
medina mora/ embajador de mexico en eu :31-36 inq=..está práctica sería ilegítima, ilegal, inapropiada entre socios, entre amigos y vecinos. recientemente el embajador medina mora indico que hasta ahora el gobierno mexicano solo ha recibido algunas respuestas sobre los presuntos actos de espionaje que estados unidos realizo al entonces presidente calderon y a pena nieto cuando aun era candidato. super=miguel angel osorio chong/secretario degobernacion inq=..habremos de seguir todas las líneas de investigación que sean posibles. entonces las autoriades de ambos paises abrieron su propia investigacion , pero casi 6 meses despues no hay culpables ni explicaciones.. super=eduardo medina mora/ embajador de eu en mexico inq=.estamos esperando una respuesta de los estados unidos. y con esa carpeta aun abierta y los nuevos senalamientos.el tema del espionaje dicen los expertos sin duda sera de crucial importancia en la proxima visita del presidente obama a tierras mexicanas.. super= erick rojo / general retirado del ejercito mexicano 1:20-1:24 inq=..méxico tiene que decir a puerta abierta,
LINKTV
Jan 18, 2014 6:00am PST
buildings. both the eu and u.s. have called the new law undemocratic. leaders are calling for a big rally on sunday to protest. >> kiev protesters refused to be silenced. they're back on the streets a day after parliament passed laws. that legislation has outraged demonstrators. >> they've banned us from wearing hements, from covering our faces, and frol holding rallies in kiev. this is nothing more than a dictatorship, a police state. >> we must protest peacefully. but that means a protracted struggle. in the end, the people will win because the authorities represent just a very small percentage of the ukrainian population. >> brussels is supporting ukrainians' right to protest. the eu has condemned the new laws. >> the changes are deeply concerning for us and we are deeply concerned about them, they are going against international obligations against democratic principles and ukraine's democratic and european aspirations. >> as the protests in kiev continue, ukraine's opposition leaders are mobilizing more support. >> ukraine's future depends on the ukrainian people alone. the only opti
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 5:00am PST
dislike of protests up by kristin hannah k the tissue ten in november away from the eu towards russia. as the night to present the sand and seventy offices in the city protest astringent a correspondent in kiev says donaldson of money become a nanny not than a bad thing was that political solution in sight. the crowd decided to take the initiative to continue goal consenting or to the press which was adopted last week by parliament. school is done and i doubt most people i angry in the situation in independence square seems to be moving towards it at the event that is still same this is the obvious non dual mode it be to go to costco rachel center can donate new or new is here. there were ten people being killed and more than a dozen we did in fact he stomped off to a suicide bomb attack in crowded markets. they may be on the high court is a broken seat placed the capital it's not that many say some security pence an hour to be to be among the day it's the blockade is ten minutes' walk from the ami take courses in one of them a secure areas of the cc. it's now been cordoned off by the
PBS
Jan 21, 2014 10:00am PST
yours. the eu the text of the broadcast they are of a nationwide outbreak of the bch by detainees bird flu virus grows as more confirmed cases of pop up around the country a recent peace offensive may appear to be a step in the right direction. but us deputy secretary of state william burns sees it as an early indicator of how the issues still to come. years after the arabs brain we ask our mide east expert about how the region's democracy initiatives are developing and whether to expect to see the peaks he said. primetim years it's to stage an eerie twenty fst year in korea line from fulltime. john wooden thingy so much for joining us. we begin this evening with the latest on the bird flu outbreak here in korea. the number of confirmed cases is growing rsing fears that the virus may have already spread nationwide. at the salon pestilence. here is of a nationwide bird flu outbreak in korea armed robbery disease prevention of party said tuesday that the suspect at the park in the southern city of town that inspite of the province has been infected with tb and the ones out. their su
CNBC
Jan 23, 2014 4:00am EST
economic forum. he's come to davos in the hope of really wooing the business community here, the eu and the u.s. this week easing economic sanctions of course on the state in exchange for a halt to iran's nuclear program, speaking before his arrival rouhani voiced optimism that iran and the u.s. could go from animosity to friendship, a sense of optimism from the president there but listen to what people have been telling us about the state of play and the relations in iran. >> very important to have a stable iran relations with iraq and if we have agreement between the west and iran that would encourage bp and others to invest in the region. >> we need to wait to see if there is an agreement sanctions are being lifted. if it's not lifted it's impossible for anybody to make business in iran and you just have an operation waiting for a better year to come. >> it's really interesting, isn't it, that we're focused on the opportunities in iran right now, but then if you look at the fact that they're not actually attending geneva, too, this talk here of weather president rouhani is being unde
CSPAN
Jan 17, 2014 6:00am EST
>> even under the currently contrived arrangements. not as a satellite, but nonetheless, the eu should encourage whatever additional arrangements are feasible. and we should be exploring ways, if there are any, by which the wto could help to expose economic intimidation which is not in keeping with its rules, and communicate it sense of concern to the party responsible for generating it. perhaps there could be some steps taken to facilitate preferential access for ukrainians seeking to study and work in europe. fourth, we should keep in mind that the longer run issue is what will russia become, as china increases its influence in the former soviet central asia. we should keep reminding the russian people and their leaders that we respect russia's european identity and culture. and that russia's true destiny is also to be a major european state in a larger democratic west. we should make it clear that we seek neither russia's isolation nor fragmentation, but russia's evolution towards a genuine democracy. one way or another, that day will come. putin stands in the way today with
LINKTV
Jan 20, 2014 2:30pm PST
assist french and african forces already present on the ground. the eu claiming half $1 billion in humanitarian aid. >> it was agreed, the concept of this operation. they would work to assist existing efforts of the people. >> the forces expected to begin arriving, estonia has offered to send its troops and half a dozen other countries could contribute. >> the president of ukraine has -- the violence in kiev threatens the stability of the entire nation. at least 20 people have been arrested and 100 injured including dozens of police officers. out in the russian city of all the grad ahead of the olympic caucasusrussia's north , they claimed responsibility for two suicide bombings in the city last month. the headlines this hour, iran has begun to dismantle some of its nuclear facilities as part of an international agreement. billions of dollars of sanction relief in the next six months. the geneva peace talks for syria, the decision to invite iran has angered opposition. the mayor of elected president of the troubled central african republic is urging christian and muslim militias to
PBS
Jan 23, 2014 5:00am PST
creek through the camera microphone and speakers to human or evening for an eu report to tell stories the messages among other things that the pay gap and helpful eye contact is established through suffering from porches and frequently struggle in social situations so is the machine robot grenade also helps to put children teeth. meanwhile contents is to develop a melbourne based on the steep rock upon which to post this on both the creation and i was doing and elisa to get her to this kind of robot human being for it and enhance the self appointed the plan to do this kind of protocol and chillin with autism and i typically develop into him because going to make sure to be kept or idk the years that week and do an analysis of separate those two. bring the software is able to adapt to the reactions it receives in addition by giving simple repetitive stimuli that child is able to focus on the single player message but that's all the variables of human interaction which for sixty children can often find confusing. so let me back and watched him was focused on the robot which is not his u
PBS
Jan 19, 2014 11:30pm PST
on tcm after more den in de quito for the coolest eu tax. some two hundred of august ryan seacrest and the support the stage at three k box proof that it starts to protest the gyms refusal to grant he can rest and see. we have ripple. this is indeed the cto came to quitting band i h
PBS
Jan 23, 2014 11:00am PST
semitism and with the eu is doing to combat the trade unions. he explained that anti semitism has taken on new forms the twenty first century especially when it comes to antagonism toward israel. soon his usual position. unfortunately her there exists a form of antisemitism way i call it lasts. anti semitism recently in anti semitism was ninety a peculiar to those on the right especially the f but today in europe there are a lot of left wing politicians who of course would never admit that their anti semite but they are anti israeli. he blamed israel for everything that it should be explained to them that israel is a democracy. a real democracy. and i always stress when i have meetings in the eu. i have plenty on the subject why don't we say that each israeli soldier who fights against terrorism next year. he protects me and so i think that there is the duty of moral duty of europeans to support the state of israel a bid to get to vegas with us was that tasty i like many jewish leaders believes that israel has been unfairly targeted by politicians and activists alike movements suc
PBS
Jan 17, 2014 7:00am PST
twentieth anniversary of the eu single market we're also looking at the future of the single market and how it can cause acute europe's economic revival by creating more jobs and stronger for it. perhaps the most promising prospect is the digital single market sector. abbas potential to win hearts our lives. on the prosperity. early this year the european commission tabled a proposal to reform what's known as collective rights management. many artists and performers use of organizations called collecting societies to my sense that what the commercial uses like tv stations radio stations and online music service providers. collecting societies also collect income on to halt the band members in the form of royalties reforming the way the society's what is a major focus of the commission's proposal. mario got a french member of our group is parliament's rapport so on the commission's proposal and she's in listening mode just yet but still medical dossier eight. i'm looking for it to listening to all sides of this debate. ppp has organized this hearing and my goal is to work together that the a
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 7:00am PST
come on go. it was party played a catalyst role in pushing for the eu accession. what is there an hour or an opposition is today addressed the meeting by underlining the importance of eu membership. the first of july twenty thirteen croatia is returning home to the u word belongs as a central european country. he was much more than a common market is a community of free nations for which it wishes to contribute to this community we will support a strong europe and a strong pro issue. a change of economic policies required for which to enjoy real benefits for the membership info to the european elections is a vote for that change. during the second day of the meeting participants discussed the prospects of promoting sustainable growth and jobs you. which is tightly linked with the ongoing budget debate the optional but the best to bpp group vice chairman responsible for budget and structural policies explain the framework of the debate don't send jokes. domingo weekend. and unless you get in the european parliament so this fits into the rut of discussions that he got the budget the
PBS
Jan 20, 2014 4:30am PST
asked him what they meant taking no for an almost eu tax. some two hundred of august ryan seacrest and the support the stage at three k box proof that it starts to protest the gyms refusal to grant he can rest and see. we have ripple. you could just as into the cd of change quitting band is heating up the i
ABC
Jan 23, 2014 6:00pm EST
. >> welcome back. did a.m. eu help you? >> it provided me a way of getting an education on my own terms. on my own pace. in environment uncomfortable with. it was an online it university. it means the people who work full-time, that gives you the opportunity to go home and work at my own pace. >> there is a network of student volunteers. oftutors and mentors, a lot work the student veterans. of similar a lot experiences. >> congratulations on your success. >> police are calling a deadly stabbing inside of a 7-eleven a random act of violence. suspect with the box cutter in his hand. he is accused of walking into the store around 2:00 this morning and stabbing the clerk. he is survived by a wife and seven children. >> the u.s. justice department has filed a lawsuit against the company that did background checks on navy yard aaron alexis and edward snowden. investigators say the company different of the government by submitting 650,000 incomplete background checks. that allowed the company to qualify for $12 million in bonuses. investigators say there is no evidence that snowden or t
PBS
Jan 17, 2014 3:00am PST
. sth. pa's you. due to the eu has launched a new two year exhibit called sights and sounds. it features the work of video and film artists from around the world. as far away as afghanistan and new zealand their works were selected by twenty five international curators. what we're dealing with this series is taking a mentor and global and holistic approach here illegally present contemporary art here at the meeting and said the works. iron and clay and later in the connected to change culture. but the tykes broadly on teams that we've identified as being very important to jewish culture and to the jewish experience in general. and ironically universal in scope. the first down into serious debt and shiny that had been hand me that it is cents. and you see is an idiot lady that cheyenne and it goes out into flames and it today and just did that all the baby to follow so that when he catches the eye and say get it. and he shines in burning incense. and it's a traditional markets in him because culture. the way that people have to say today is a perfunctory nature. it's sth the media in the
PBS
Jan 21, 2014 5:00pm PST
eu justified on this by saying he was provoked by the ukrainian authorities when international affairs and the school has blessed us in that old mold like tokyo what to do. newt has taken the world. no self respecting state in the world would allow people to sit up eminent barricades in the central square of the capital city they would do exactly what the criminal code to sit down the barricades in kiev so far bigger than anything that was as open top in london or paris. it submits that if anyone is wearing a mosque to kick months. they all as it was preparing for violent home for the league's we've seen in these places countries as we sorted december. when the whole issue festival is held at demonstrations have initiated violence against the police and how the police in ukraine have seen two people most columnists to resist that we talk about people who are taking the door and then enhanced preventing people from out walking along the street and going about their old greek business and a bubble when talking about demonstrators who have time and again showed their propensity to
PBS
Jan 15, 2014 3:30am PST
party played a catalyst role in pushing for the eu accession. what is there an hour or an opposition is today addressed the meeting by underlining the importance of eu membership. the first of july twenty thirteen croatia is returning home to the u word belongs as a central european country. he was much more than a common market is a community of free nations for which it wishes to contribute to this community we will support a strong europe and a strong for which a change of economic policies required for which to enjoy real benefits from the membership info to the european elections is a vote for that change. during the second day of the meeting participants discussed the prospects of promoting sustainable growth and jobs to you. which is tightly linked with the ongoing budget debate the optional but the best to bpp group vice chairman responsible for budget and structural policies explain the framework of the debate don't send jokes. domingo picking. and unless you give in and european governments so this is that the girl at the discussions. he got to the budget the budget tells y
PBS
Jan 17, 2014 5:30pm PST
supporting ukrainians right to protect the eu has continued to haunt the change is deeply concerning for us and to be unduly a typical seven of them. and as i said the ongoing biggest international editions the custom of its principles against ukraine's democratic and european destinations. as the protests in kiev continue ukraine's opposition leaders are mobilizing more support you are greeted with a concrete ukraine's future depends on the ukrainian people alone. the pupil of the only option left to them is peaceful protests. i would come in for a general strike in ukraine. and it will begin soon. so we went to the ukrainians must show whether they're willing to live under this kind of governments on. ukraine's opposition is calling for major demonstrations on sunday. to finance the government's anti protest lines. sold in australia is experiencing an extreme heat wave with temperatures during the day rising up to nearly forty four degrees celsius the baking heat as treated dozens of blazes killing at least one person in front of hundreds of people to flee their homes. dozens of wildfires
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